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After his purchase of property in the village of Giverny, Monet constructed a water garden (now open to the public)--a lily pond arched with a Japanese bridge and overhung with willows and clumps of bamboo. Paintings of the pond and the water lilies occupied him for the remainder of his life. Throughout his later years he worked on his celebrated'series' paintings, groups of works representing the same subject in varying light, at different times of the day or seasons of the year. Despite failing eyesight, Monet continued to paint almost up to the time of his death, on December 5, 1926, at Giverny.
The Japanese Bridge includes a sculpted frame with gentle engravings designed to emphasize the art. The frames also include a wooden liner with a subtle fillet. The frame color is a merlot with rich walnut undertones.
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Monet - The Japanese Bridge Framed Canvas